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Graduate Diploma in Community-Engaged Research and Evaluation


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The Graduate Diploma in Community-Engaged Research and Evaluation aims to foster critical and ethical practice in community-engaged research and evaluation. Students who complete the program will understand the historical, theoretical and ethical bases of community-based research (CBR) and be able to apply and communicate CBR principles; understand and be able to apply critical conceptual frameworks to evaluation practices in social services and communities, and identify justice-oriented alternatives or improvements; demonstrate a capacity to undertake a community-engaged research or evaluation project that reflects concepts and ethical frameworks highlighted in the program.


Candidates are enrolled on a part-time basis, and will normally complete the program in sixteen months of study, beginning in January.

Admission


To be eligible for admission to the Community-Engaged Research and Evaluation diploma program, applicants must have:
• A completed B.S.W. or B.A. degree with a B+ average on senior level courses;
• Experience working in social services or communities / community services.

Applications should be made to the School of Social Work prior to April 15th for admission the following January.

Curriculum


One full course (over two terms):


Additional Information


Students entering the Community-Engaged Research and Evaluation diploma program who have already successfully completed SOC WORK 743  or SOCSCI 708  may receive one of these courses as advanced credit if approved by the School of Social Work’s Graduate Chair.

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